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premier league

Mourinho the Magnificent: This Weekend in the Premier League

Football has been happening again, and I'm delighted to announce that Jose Mourinho is up to his old tricks.
Will Magee
10.30.17
soccer

What's Behind Football's Enduring Anti-Semitism Problem?

While anti-semitism is hardly a new problem for European football, it is one of the most persistent forms of discrimination in the game.
Will Magee
10.19.17
soccer

The Big Six EPL Teams Want To Take Money From The Bottom 14

The Big Six think they deserve a bigger share of the international TV revenue, but it's a shortsighted ploy that might backfire.
Aaron Gordon
6.8.17
soccer

Wenger Signs A New Deal At Arsenal And God Help Me I'm OK With That

Arsenal reportedly has rewarded Wenger with a new contract after an FA Cup win this weekend.
Aaron Gordon
5.30.17
shite derby streaks

Football Clubs’ Worst Ever Streaks Against Their Derby Rivals

With Atletico Madrid suffering yet more pain in Europe at the hands of intra-city rivals Real, we take a look at the worst derby streaks of all time.
Will Magee
5.10.17
antisemitism in english football

Trying To Get Our Heads Around Mark Bosnich’s Nazi Salute At White Hart Lane

While most people remember Bosnich as the cherubic goalkeeper with the stonking cocaine habit, his most controversial moment in football is often overlooked or ignored.
Will Magee
5.4.17
north london non-league gems

Introducing Enfield Town, England’s First Fully Fan-Owned Club

In between the footballing titans that are Arsenal and Tottenham, there is a lesser-known North London club which better appreciates the value of its supporters. In fact, they own the place.
Will Magee
5.4.17
obits

RIP Ugo Ehiogu, Who Brought Genuine Passion to a Cynical Music Business

The Dirty Hit Records co-founder and football legend passed away this morning at 44 years old.
Angus Harrison
4.21.17
the trials and tribulations of rohan ricketts

"I Just Felt Cheated": Rohan Ricketts Discusses His Nightmare Spell In Moldova

Having signed for Moldovan side FC Dacia in 2010, things quickly went sour for Rohan Ricketts. With wages unpaid, contracts manipulated and legal options seemingly exhausted, his time in Moldova left him disillusioned with the game.
Robert O'Connor
4.3.17
Scene Reports

There’s a Polish Punk Scene in London and It’s Thriving

Bands such as Perma War, Low Rollers and Radioactive Rats are thrashing out a scene in the face of growing anti-immigrant sentiments in the UK.
Jak Hutchcraft
3.10.17
the league cup: not actually a complete waste of time

Exploring Jose Mourinho’s Special Relationship With The League Cup

While other managers tend to neglect England’s third most prestigious domestic competition, the Special One respects its prosaic power. What’s more, it usually serves him well in return.
Will Magee
2.23.17
premier league

Liverpool, Mané Storm Out the Gates With Two Lightning-Quick Goals Against Tottenham

Things are far from over—at the half—but Anfield are certainly fired up for this one.
Liam Daniel Pierce
2.13.17
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